a world of bloggers

a thousand words

  • 馬馬虎虎
    ma3 ma3 hu1 hu1: ("so-so") a few of my own photos from Taiwan.
  • deviantART
    a sort of visual blog. you'll feel deep afterwards.

second city specifics

other places to go

« Songs by the River | Main | Adverse Reactions to Rampant Capitalism »




What a funny title.. clicked into it from living in China. I have a Republican Friend. Well two. One I secretly hated and held a real grudge for months because I assumed he voted for Bush, until he admited he didn't and voted Libertarian instead. The other, we write emails to each other arguing politics and then at the end of it tell each other how we really LOVE each other really. I plan to edit this one email we sent to each other and put it up on my blog coz it's sorta ridiculous. Thanks for the reminder... I need to do it sometime this week.



PS. I am gonna give you a link on my blog. There are some highly highly conservative "China" bloggers out there. So sick of them. So like, just for that, so you can have another anti-republican friendo.



Good thing Neil's article was under the "viewpoint" section thereby releasing the writer from the attachment to reality and facts. Rebutting would take way too much space and would be too closely akin to "mud wrestling with a pig" and, mostly, diverts too much from an otherwise great, daily-read, blog (brings up my great memories of Taiwan).


Wandered to your blog...and reading just a few entries, andI think we have several in common
alrady :
I am a core Democrat--cannot stand Republicans
I am a core Taiwanese--hate those conservative, pro-China people...

The comments to this entry are closed.


  • Kin Men 金門 July 2006
  • Anti-Secession Law
    This blog stands against the fictitious law passed in March 2005 by the P.R.C. proposing that unification is Taiwan's legal and moral duty, even to the point of the P.R.C. using force to uphold that fiction. TaiwanTiger ascribes to the statement of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council that:

    "The Republic of China is an independent and sovereign nation and its sovereignty rests in the hands of the twenty-three million Taiwanese people. Only the twenty-three million Taiwanese people have the right to make the final decision on any change to the nation's status and future."

    反對中國侵略 和平家書串聯
  • Taiwanese Food
    This gallery is gaining a life of its own. Check out the good eats!

4 月 2010

週日 週一 週二 週三 週四 週五 週六
        1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30  

Taiwanese Food

  • Ai Yu 愛玉 3
    So, this seems kind of crazy, but hey we all love to eat, right? In Taiwan, it's considered a hobby. When you go on a trip, you need to stop at such and such town for their great ______. Noodles, shrimp rolls, chicken thighs, soup, whatever. Everyplace seems famous for some addition to the Taiwanese culinary tradition. So here I am attempting to document some of the traditions of eating, the places to go, and the food itself. This will be a difficult and slow moving project, because I feel really strange photographing food in the presence of other diners, especially when I have to stand on a chair to get it all in.

    back to taiwantiger

My Photo

search this site

. . . . . .

Tip Jar


Tip Jar